SA Migration Newsletter
05 / 2024
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SA Migration International was created out of the need for a specialist organization to assist people wishing to immigrate, volunteer, work, bring family, study or open businesses in South Africa.

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29. Feb. 2024 Businesstec

The latest Knight Frank Wealth Report 2024 shows that South Africa has lost 11 ultra-high-net-worth individuals in the last year while thousands more millionaires have been lost over the last decade. The 2024 instalment of the report is based on responses provided during December 2023 by more than 600 private bankers, wealth advisors, intermediaries and family offices who, between them, manage over $3 trillion (R57 trillion) of wealth for Ultra-high-net-worth individual (UHNWI) clients.
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28. Feb. 2024 Businessday

Lawyers for Human Rights say the white paper on citizenship violates SA’s own constitution and other international human rights laws We all knew foreigners, most with degrees, who worked in SA for a decade or so helping build our new democracy. Who found local partners sometimes people of colour when that was still a novelty and threw the most banging and diverse dinner parties. Then they were suddenly, inexplicably, forced to return to their countries of origin, leaving their families and spirits broken and our economy and society the poorer for their absence. It is sobering to consider that 30 years into our once-celebrated democracy a minuscule 0.2% of the 62-million people living here have achieved citizenship by naturalisation.
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23. Feb. 2024 SABC news

Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has suffered a blow in his bid to appeal the judgment of the High Court Pretoria. The court had invalidated his December 2021 decision to terminate the Zimbabwean Exemption Permit (ZEP) and an interim interdict, which stopped government from detaining or deporting any holder of the permit. Motsoaledi turned to the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) in Bloemfontein in November last year to appeal the judgments, which he argued had set a dangerous precedent.
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20. Feb. 2024 The Star

People going to any Refugee Reception Centre in Cape Town , Gqeberha ( Port Elizabeth ) Marabastad Pretoria & Mesina know this if you never reported to border post to get an asylum transit visa when you go for the first interview for asylum you will be arrested if you don’t have this and you will be brought before a magistrate to explain why you never got it . If you cannot convince magistrate you will be deported Gauteng High Court rules in favour of Motsoaledi on detention of illegal immigrants
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23. Feb. 2024 Businesstec

Disky stands out as the premier choice for South Africans seeking a hassle-free vehicle licence disc renewal, and its outstanding online reviews speak volumes. Click here to renew your vehicle licence disc with Disky. Customers on the renowned review platform HelloPeter have awarded Disky an impressive rating of 4.03/5 from over 250 reviews. This rating is particularly noteworthy, considering HelloPeter users` reputation for being discerning and critical of businesses on the platform. Disky has garnered love from HelloPeter users due to its simplicity and efficiency. The renewal application is completed over WhatsApp and typically takes less than seven minutes. What`s more, this service is available across all nine provinces in South Africa, and users are not required to create an account.
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12. Feb. 2024 City Press

The rand may have lost value against foreign currencies, but this makes South Africa an attractive tourist destination It`s probably not the prospect of cheap cappuccino in South Africa that attracts foreign tourists here, but it`s obviously welcome if your foreign currency gets you further. Mary Curtis, a strategist, and Andrea Masia, a senior economist, both associated with RMB Morgan Stanley. said: Consumers can easily drink three cappuccinos in South Africa for the price of one in America. You can also spend four nights in a Cape Town hotel for the same price as one night in London `In the bigger picture, the low relative prices of goods and services in South Africa are just another example of the value in South African assets.`
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14. Feb. 2024 iol

The Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg has ruled in favor of Home Affairs Minister Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi in response to an application by a group of illegal immigrants. The immigrants claimed that their detention at the Modderbee Correctional Services Centre in Benoni was unlawful and violated immigration and refugee acts.
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